Difference between TF810C and TF810T?

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  1. Revelations

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    I ordered a TF810C, manufacturer number "F810C-1B007W".
    Does anyone know what is the difference?
     
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    Where have you seen the TF810T ?
     
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    Some of the shops here in Sweden are selling the TF810T versions. Not sure if it's just a typo or there's more to it.
     
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    I'm from Sweden, and I've got the T as well. No idea what the difference is (region settings?).
     
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    when did they start selling de VivoTab in Sweden?
    I've been waiting for a long time here in Portugal. I don´t think it is on sale on UK yet
     
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    It has been selling here in Finland for week or two. Probably gone in sale across Nordics at the same time. Though Scandinavic keyboard isn't out yet, but will be in January.

    Asus in general has usually been quite Scandinavian happy company with their gadgets. No idea why.
     
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    -sigge- is your TF810T with or without dock? Maybe T stands for keyboard (tangentbord)? Perhaps it's just regional, although T and C are both sold in Scandinavia.
    There were 10 devices on inet.se. I managed to get a hold of one and it's on the way. They literally sold out in a few hours. Other than that I can't see them as being available anywhere else.
     
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    I got mine from Inet as well (on Dec 20). No keyboard dock bundled, have one on order due in Jan. Really loving it, but Win 8 on 2GB RAM and 64GB int storage is really pushing it. Will get a 64GB card to pad it out. But I am amazed how well it handles Office and Trados, my dedicated translation software. This will be my mobile Office from now on.
     
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    Aren't the 2GB RAM not enough?
    It reads micro sd cards up to 32GB ou 64GB?
     
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    It's enough for win 8, but I would have loved to have 4 for heavier use (Cubase, Photoshop etc.) Having said that, it' s remarkably smooth and quick for everyday use. And I'm amazed how cool and quiet it is. NO sound, no heat, no lag.
     
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